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  1. I appreciate all the input. Bill, your practical...

    I appreciate all the input. Bill, your practical advice was the kind of input that I was hopeful of. And I will consider thermal conductivity of insulation material when/if attempting this project....
  2. Any practical alternatives to hand winding an obsolete solenoid coil?

    One of two solenoids which release the brake pack on a large capstan winch has failed. The remaining solenoid is strong enough to retract the brake pack but since the consequence of complete failure...
  3. FS Expanding Mandrel Set - 1 1/2" - 3 3/4" New

    Three mandrels with two sleeves each:
    - 1 1/2"-2" capacity; 11 1/2" mandrel; 5" sleeves
    - 2"- 2 3/4" capacity; 14" mandrel; 6" sleeves
    - 2 3/4"-3 3/4" capacity; 17" mandrel; 7" sleeves

    Brand...
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    Definitely a TL and a very early model. Probably...

    Definitely a TL and a very early model. Probably 1939-1941. Major differences from later models include lower headstock bed, brake ass'y in headstock, shorter carriage and twist knob feed clutches....
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    Bill, The consideration as to which banjo to use...

    Bill,
    The consideration as to which banjo to use may be determined more or less by whether the gear ass'y will fit within the gearbox cover. That would explain the several OEM options of banjos and...
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    Johan, From considerable research a few years...

    Johan,
    From considerable research a few years ago, I believe the style banjo that you will want is pictured in the center right in this photo. I was told this banjo, marked Metric and English in...
  7. PM sent. Jim

    PM sent.
    Jim
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    I bought an early 50s HLV in similar condition a...

    I bought an early 50s HLV in similar condition a number of years ago, knowing it was a gamble. Mine turned out OK. A good bit of time to go through it but very little money on parts. In the end, I...
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    Regarding the hydraulic noise while operating;...

    Regarding the hydraulic noise while operating; yes, mine seems loud to the point of annoying to me. I asked here a few years ago and was told by several owners that the hydraulic whine is normal. ...
  10. Dave, I'd like the 13, 21 and 55/64 collets if...

    Dave,
    I'd like the 13, 21 and 55/64 collets if still available. PM on the way.
    Jim
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    Michael, I'd like one table and any trunnion...

    Michael,
    I'd like one table and any trunnion bits that you may have left over. Will send PM with contact details.
    Jim
  12. Thread: Hlv-h 9 tpi?

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    Bill, Sounds like you have the gearing worked...

    Bill,
    Sounds like you have the gearing worked out. But somewhere in my files I have a copy of a Hardinge gearing chart that lists gears for threads down to 4tpi. If I run across it, I'll post a...
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    Gary, I've got half a dozen of those Hardinge 5"...

    Gary,
    I've got half a dozen of those Hardinge 5" 4 jaws. Seems that the Hardinge vendor (Pratt Burnerd) at one time changed the design of the socket end of the screw. The earlier design (I assume)...
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    Rick, This past winter I replaced both bearings...

    Rick,
    This past winter I replaced both bearings in my 1976 HLV-H motor. I noticed nothing out of ordinary when I took it apart. I replaced it with the same numbered bearing as I took out. Bought...
  15. I've uncrimped a number of similar type devices...

    I've uncrimped a number of similar type devices with variable success. Hard to tell precisely from your photo, but I would approach it with a pair of pliers modified so one jaw is longer (to lever...
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    Within the last year I've bought several parts...

    Within the last year I've bought several parts direct from Hardinge Elmira. If you can figure out the part no, their site will show prices and availability. I've always called to order and their...
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    Blake, I've got a couple lengths of what appears...

    Blake,
    I've got a couple lengths of what appears to be graphite impregnated nylon. I can't be sure of material since it is only marked with "made in USA" and a lot number. Dark gray color with an...
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    My neighbor and I share a 3/8 mile gravel drive...

    My neighbor and I share a 3/8 mile gravel drive in a secluded rural area. We gated it two years ago and placed large Knaack box next to it. Before emplacement, we informed our regular UPS and FEDEX...
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    This scan from my HLV-H maintenance manual...

    This scan from my HLV-H maintenance manual (M-10B) should make it clear. What is referred to as the two piece lock bolt (being held in fig 131) are two short "plugs". One has a bevel to match the...
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    Ride sold! Thanks John

    Ride sold! Thanks John
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    How about $100 plus flat rate USPS? Jim

    How about $100 plus flat rate USPS?
    Jim
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    Free to a good home for cost of postage. I'd...

    Free to a good home for cost of postage. I'd simply prefer not to toss in the trash.
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    FS: Hardinge HV-4N 5C indexer

    Good usable condition. 24 hole plate. Newly installed OEM index pinion. Some damage to spindle thread/register. Collet taper smooth in spite of marks on nose. More pics available.
    $165 shipped...
  24. FS: Rivett quick acting cross slide - split bed

    $200 + shipping. I cannot find any makers mark but dimensions and several features indicate Rivett, probably late model. Split bed is 3" at narrow point with 35 deg bevel. Slide is very tight with...
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    FS: Ames 1AM collets and drawbar

    2 Ames collets, 5/8" and 1" round. Style unmarked but measure as 1AM. Usable condition but show signs of minor rust pitting and wear. Bores are very smooth. 1" was bored by PO in threaded area...
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